Or a nuclear power plant as is needed by Dianna's hubby on his Goldwing. Man turned on ALL of his lights while behind me and I about got a sunburn from the light... Thought it all of a sudden turned day...If you are talking speed power, they do fine hangin with the bigger bikes.
Even the tricked out Goldwing has to move up to a bigger alternator to handle extra doo-dads after a point.
On my VN750, I run a 60/100W (I think) H4 and have never had a problem with law enforcement. The bulb has a rainbow strobe filter on it which gives the light a red/blue/yellow tinge that attracts attention and also has a older model Signal Dynamic's Diamond Star Headlight Modulator pulsing at 8 flashes a second.You could, I suppose--Until the State Patrol gets a hold of you! Then you will be putting your factory headlight back in.
Saw it done on a Vulcan 750 from England. Two square headlights. Personally didn't like the looks of it and never heard from the owner if he really liked it. Just picture I saw.Bulldog there's nothing wrong with your set up.
I believe he wants to REMOVE the headlight entirely and run two other lights only.
These are made by a company called Adjure. For metric applications, a trim ring can be purchased to make it fit. BUT!!! Like most product for metric motorcycles, the VN750 might still be a difficult case due to the age of the design. The headlight housing on my Nomad is deeper then on my VN750. It is possible that the Adjure / KuryAkyn housing might be too deep. You might also need a special trim ring to make it fit the Metric. Be advised the Adjure website doesn't list the VN750...Will the KuryAkyn new headlight fit on the Vulcan750??? Because I love the look of it. It is pretty Sweet.